ID Number: 6158
Breed: Pit Bull Terrier / Mixed (short coat)
Age: 2 Years 9 Months (Birthdate: 8/2/2019)
Size: 53.7 lbs. (Medium)
Other: Spayed, Vaccinations current, Microchip
Exercise: Moderate Exercise Needed
Fence: Any Type
Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor Only
New People: Cautious
Dog Friendly: Yes
Adoption Fee: $250
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Learn More About Jubilee
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Size: ~Medium range: 26-60 lbs
Adoption Donation: $250 (applicable sales tax included). Adoption fees may be paid by cash or check.
Other: Spayed Female, Vaccinations current, Microchip
Jubilee is looking for her forever home to take extra good care of her and reciprocate on all the snuggles!
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Foster Home Feedback
Jubilee is one of the most special and sweetest dogs I’ve had a chance to foster in the rescue. In January, she came into the rescue severely emaciated and extremely weak, with her tail tucked and fearful of pretty much everything. We’d learned that she’d spent most of her time inside a home, with another dog and no humans, for significant lengths of time.
As Jubilee grew stronger and braver and her body condition began to improve, her weakness or “wobbliness” diminished quite a bit, but she was still left with some staggering and unbalanced movements. After the veterinarians she saw ruled out anything physical, Jubilee was seen by a neurologist to assess her further. Ultimately a genetic test revealed that our beautiful Jubilee had the genetic predisposition for what is called “Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis4A” disease which, unfortunately, makes her neurological condition progressive. Dogs with this disease may experience increased lack of muscle coordination, tremors, abnormal gait, and difficulty in balancing and jumping. Jubilee has easy-to-manage symptoms at this time, but they are still enough to affect her day-to-day life and she will benefit from an ideal adoptive home. The best set up for Jubilee will be no stairs or minimal stairs (she can do 2-4 comfortably at this time), and a fenced yard (so she doesn’t have to trip over a tie out) or a situation where she is brought out on a leash, and people who will allow the snuggles.
Jubilee is potty trained and is not crated day or night because she develops a “happy tail” when she is crated. (Yes, she is truly that happy.) She does not destroy anything when left out and just naps the day away.
In her foster home, Jubilee lives with one large dog and 3 small dogs and is very friendly and playful with them. She can, however, be afraid of new dogs at first and present as a bit reactive to them initially. She’s just a bit softy though at heart and will warm up quickly.
Jubilee is truly a sweetheart – every vet she’s seen and every person she’s met says that about her – truth. She loves to snuggle on the couch, or just lay her head on your lap. She also absolutely loves being outside now that the weather is getting nicer.
We love her so much and wish for her that she can spend the last years of her life with a family who will give her all the cuddles and snuggles. She deserves a great home – after all she’s been through and all she has yet to go through. Please consider showing her the good life and I guarantee that she will be forever grateful. Take a chance on her – please.